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Our Happy Tails - Lilly's Story 2015

lillyblog11Far From Comfort

When we met her, Lilly was far from the comfort she now knows. Here at The Pet Rescue Center we believe that every dog has the right to a safe home. Unfortunately, the situation Lilly lived in did not guarantee that safety. Before she came to us, Lilly’s family had struggled with the heartbreaking decision to relinquish her, due to a financial crisis. A friend tried to help Lilly’s family by keeping her for a short while in hopes that they would find another solution. Sadly, the friend’s dog did not take too kindly to another pup in the home. After suffering a severe attack by the resident dog, Lilly was hospitalized and her future was unsure. Fortunately, Lilly’s family found The Pet Rescue Center, and we were able to step in and provide her with a safe temporary sanctuary while we looked for a new adopting family. She could now live her life safely and without fear of injury.

Posted in REHOMED - Happy Tail Recap, RESCUE, THE PRC BLOG


Why you should consider adopting one of our Long-Timers

These adoptable dogs and cats are waiting for their forever homes

LT Felix blogWhat is a Long-Timer?
The Pet Rescue Center is a temporary sanctuary for “at-risk” dogs and cats. When we rescue a dog or cat we have an anticipated two week rehabilitation period, and then expect it will take 2-4 weeks to garner interest from adopting families via our online resources and social media. Rescues that have not had any interest from the public after two months are deemed a “long-timer”, essentially because finding their forever family is taking longer than usual. 



Written by Kasi Koshak - Operations and Development Coordinator, Posted in RESCUE, THE PRC BLOG

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